Corporate Finance & Investments explores the strategic decisions that an organization makes in its capital spending. The risk element in financial decision making and the financial instruments that have evolved to reallocate risk in the economy are discussed.
International Economics and Finance studies the determination of exchange rates and interest rates and examines the nature and management of foreign exchange risks.
Strategic Financial Management examines important concepts and principles of financial management, using both a review of theory and cases. The course emphasizes valuation skills as a means to bring together cost of capital, financing, and operating issues faced by the firm.
Global Corporate Restructuring offered by Kellogg Miami
International Finance offered by Kellogg Miami
Contemporary Issues about Chinese Financial Markets and Institutions offered by Kellogg-Gianghua
Value Investing offered by Kellogg-HKUST
Mergers and Acquisitions offered by Kellogg Evanston
Entrepreneurial Finance and Venture Capital offered by Kellogg Miami
Investment Banks, Hedge Funds and Private Equity offered by Kellogg Miami
Entrepreneurial Finance offered by Kellogg-WHU
Business Tax Strategy offered by Kellogg-WHU
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